'Roemer', green glass, hemispherical bowl on a cylindrical stem with two staggered rows of four large applied raspberry prunts, on a flared foot with high kick foot.Around the base of the bowl is an applied milled thread. The bowl is diamond-engraved with a bust of a man holding a baton and insribed in calligraphic script.
- 1650 (circa)
- Made in: Netherlands
- Height: 13.2 centimetres
Inscription ContentNoch Leeft Orange
Inscription TranslationStill lives Orange
Associated dates : 1650 (Death of William II of Orange).
- Commemoration of: Death of William II of Orange
- Commemoration of: Perpetuation of the House of Orange
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
'Roemer'; green glass; spherical bowl opening into cylindrical stem with two staggered rows of four large raspberry prunts; high kick supported on coil-wound foot; bowl engraved with diamond-point: half-figure of man holding baton; inscription in flowing script.
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Object reference number: MCN14234
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